"The difference between readings we obtain in the office and the data from the iCare Home is like the difference between a single snapshot and a continuous movie of a patient's daily life."


What eye doctors are saying:

Although many unanswered questions remain to define IOP fluctuation, IOP measurements are limited to clinic hours and incompletely characterizes diurnal variations.

Sayoko E. Moroi, M.D. PhD, Ophthalmology: Glaucoma, Sep-Oct 2020

I tell my glaucoma patients about the iCare Home because that's what I would tell my own family members: more frequent pressure measurements are only going to benefit their vision.

Trevor Smith, M.D., Board Certified Comprehensive Ophthalmologist. Holland, MI

Many of my patients can benefit [from home tonometry] and save themselves a trip in the office during COVID. I will be using this a lot with my patients.

Maddy Hasbrook, M.D., Board Certified Ophthalmologist and Glaucoma Specialist. Tulsa, OK

Stay Home: Save visits to the doctor

"In the past, trying to determine a patient's peak [maximum eye pressure] was time consuming and unnatural. The patient would return to the office at various visits or at different time points during the day for pressure checks, a practice that is inefficient and does not account for pressure changes during daily activities." - Glaucoma Today

Make informed decisions before surgery

If your vision worsens even with medical treatment, the iCare HOME can help confirm the need for a surgery or procedure. Reassure yourself that a procedure is necessary by reviewing more data and analysis before surgery. Then, if surgery is indicated, you can monitor pressures afterward to keep your vision safe and see the results.

Avoid Under-treatment

"One of the biggest shortfalls in glaucoma therapy is under-treatment...one major cause is that we often are making treatment decisions without knowing a patient's peak [highest] eye pressure." - Ike Ahmed, M.D., FRCSC